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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... excited!! I fly back to St Andrews on the 15th and a couple days later board the plane again for a little trip to a sunny destination off the coast of Morocco!
Other than that classes have been going well and I am looking forward to my little trip to Brussels next weekend! Only three weeks left of class already and after a couple weeks after that I will be headed home for Christmas!! Can't believe it!!!
Sending lots of love your way xoxox
Drove to Dundee. We stopped at the Discovery Centre. Captain Scots ship, The Discovery, was berthed alongside the wharf, ready to sail. Great museum and then we clambered in and out of the 3 deck levels of the ship. The ship went on the British Antarctic Expedition in 1901-1904 and has been really faithfully restored. Had lunch and then walked along East ...
... I was chosen along with seven other girls by my coach to row in two boats of 4 people in a race that takes place in two weeks from now against other universities. We have each only gone rowing about two or three times so far so I think just getting the boat moving will be an exciting accomplishment!! The race is on November 8th so I will let you know how it goes!
Another thing I have been doing is helping out with the ...
Today we met up with Wilson who is David's father and Hamish Grimm's cousin. He still works and lives on the farm. He gave us the grand tour in his ute. First we went to the local hall at Menmuir and then onto the local school and school house where Esther's Great Grandfather taught and lived. Also the church next door where there was plenty of Spalding graves. From there we went past the Brown and White Caterthun which the latest Grimm farm is named after. We also saw the manse at ...
... stereotype: the fascination (greater than the weather, I find) with the route you took or plan to take on any trip. Ian spent half an hour yesterday laboriously highlighting the route we should take to Machrehanish. But if your roads are constantly being dug up and/or confusing and slow even when not being interfered with, it is important information. If boring! Once again, I had planned to meet Gray at the end of his working day but was in thrall to the washing machine so ...